Talk:Als ick u vinde (Waelrant, Hubert)

There are vocal versions of the original chanson available. Maybe a Flemish speaker could put one here which has all the verses and a translation or two. (I think it was also published in French in the 16th century.) MartinY 07:20, 17 April 2011 (UTC)

I take it that the vocal (choral?) version is the original one? The "instrumentation" in the "General info" section always pertains to the original version of the work in question. Arrangements are picked up by the Catgeory Walker by our use of the "Arrangements and Transcriptions" section, followed by the instrumentation description "For 4 Lutes" Carolus 02:38, 20 April 2011 (UTC)
If I may ask, what actually was the instrumentation of the original? Was it for 4-part chorus (SATB or other)? I ask because we need an instrumentation tag for this - currently there isn't one (it was rightly taken out). Thanks, KGill talk email 12:35, 20 April 2011 (UTC)
Having not received a response thus far, I've gone ahead and retagged it as 4-part chorus. Please tell me if this is incorrect, and I'll fix it. Thanks, KGill talk email 19:15, 23 April 2011 (UTC)

I will get Pratum Musicum out and have a look because it also has a 4 part sung version there. However I have never seen a facsimile of the original Waelrant piece, (I think Waelrant published quite a few books.) The pieces in Adriaenssen are almost all not 'original' in the sense that they are all treatments of other composer's material. However some are altered so much as to be nearly original pieces. MartinY 07:57, 27 April 2011 (UTC)